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Minnechaug and the 1 993 FALCON Yearbook are . . .
. . . solid talent
. . . solid
Opening ^\ 1 X=r
Mark, Tim, Colin,
Angie, and Emily
going on a summer
gather for a picture
take a break
from the heat.
Minnechaug Wins UCA
here are Coach Mitchell,
Heather, Becky, Jessica,
Betsy, Captains Kristie &
Wendy, Shiloh, Coach
Falzone, Jen, Amber, Tiffa-
ny, Jenni, Lisa, Colleen,
Kay, and Jen
(Below Title) Ma-
ry Campbell and
lounge in the
pool on a hot
The whole thing
crashed to the ground
the minute Liz Young
Sue Marini and her
good friend "Tom
Petty" at the East-
A heavenly body, Mark?
Peach Queen Tamara Fontaine
leaders rock the crowd.
Caught begging for a
photo is sophomore Steve
Our Mr. Peach, Greg Lockhart
After slaving over hot cookies,
Becky D'Amato breaks to take a
refreshing sip of "Cookie Co."
Cathy Sargent rings up a
sale at "Ormonds".
(middle) With a
"Friendly" smile on his
face, Joe Sala fills two
(far right) Parapro-
fessional pizza pan per-
son, Chris Smead prefers
at "Whole Notes".
Caught by the
knives is Jen Bre-
ton, our "Village
(far right) Found in
a "stack attack" is
H — £ft
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needs work . . .
so . . . Move over
Doug Paige and
Some students work by
producing the huge
quantity of printed mate-
rial the school uses each
(Right) Chad Fidalgo op-
erates one of the schools
offset presses. (Left) Me-
lanie Sager assembling
(Below Right) Key Club
Members worked for sev-
eral days in August col-
lating Handbook pages.
(Below Left) Erinne Selim
lead her troups toward
the completion of this
many forms: Chris
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for the cheering
"Battle of the Classes Dance"
The cheerleaders dance to
Ms. Reidy leads
the band in the
playing of the „ , „
school song. Nick Desantis
leads the class
of 95 in a chant.
Bill Brady pumps up the crowd as MC at the pep rally.
ROCK SOLID TEAM PLAYERS and
"The First Football Game"
'Meadow Muffin Mania Day'
Karen Briggs watches the game.
Minnechaug "sweeps left"
The team looks on as the Falcons try for a victory.
flew. . .
Our principal and Greg await the first "moovement".
The Class of '93 is well represented by Andy, Kathie, and Amy.
12^5 Many Faces
"The Faces of
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THE CLASS OF 1993
CLASS OF 1993
Amy Smith, Barbara
Fulton, Kevin Maltby,
Betsy Ross, Melissa
Dolaher, Kathie Crivelli
A§ J£=$ Seniors
Bryan R. Blaser
Cynthia A. Allard
Stephen M. Bidus
Lucinda B. Alves
Ronald E. Berg
Seniors cA 1 7
William Brady Jr.
Sage E. Chaffee
Erin J. Burke
Joshua S. Clarkin
Shawn M. Connery
18 X=^ Seniors
Tricia M. Cook
Photography hy Duval
Seniors ^A 1 J
Colette A. Couture
Lianne M. Cronin
John L. Davenport
Each year, the senior class at Minnechaug
makes the journey to High Meadow. This year,
for the 1st time, the trip took place early in the
fall as a kick-off event. There were individual
time was had
^3d * *5**k° •» -^ and team activities, and a good 1
Mike Spillane lip
Y.M.C.A., as Chris
McCrae looks on.
Senior girls waiting for
the "horses to come
20 f=k Seniors
Heather M. Day
Michael D. DeFlorio
Eric D. DeGray
Nicole, Maureen, and
Melissa tape an inter- Erin Q^ etli Mr. Bern-
view, stein, an d Matt Zaft-
Weismann watch a
game of bocce.
Terri Pajak and Lucy
Alves just out of the
Most Fun To Be With
Most Likely to Succeed
Most Class Spirit
Josh Clarkin/Sean Overton
Most Fun To Be With
Brooke Sperry/Carrie Gentile
Scott Giles/Tom Gagnon
Jason Matthews/Terri Pajak
Mike Roberts/Melissa Morse
Bill Brady/Melissa Nicole
Our Thanks to the Officers of
the Senior Class
for providing this information
to the FALCON Yearbook.
Genevieve L. Dutil
Michelle L. Desrosier
Neil E. Eaton
Nina M. Difilippo
Nathaniel L. Emanuel
Solid Senior Friends"
24 ^=s Seniors
Bridget E. Gullberg
Michael P. Haas
Timothy J. Grundstrom
26 £=+ Seniors
Amy L. Hitchcock
Seniors ^=\. 27
28 As Seniors
Nathan A. Howells
Robert M. Lague
Melanie K. Hsiao
Felicia A. Lapointe
Roy Legere Jr.
Richard Levine Jr.
Election Year at Minnechaug
The election of '92 was a big event for M.R.H.S.
The entire school participated in a mock election
on Oct. 20th with Clinton coming out on top.
Eighteen year old seniors had the chance to vote
for real, and the hard part was deciding who to
vote for. Many students wanted change so Bill
Clinton and Ross Perot were for them.
Judi Maleckas, Jason Pytko, Joe Sala instructing stu-
Valerie Barsom, and Mike dent voters.
(Right) Amy Currier at the
"Valerie Barsom was quite
interesting to listen to. She
wasn't what I expected after
hearing so much about her."
"Before I voted, everyone I
know was telling me how to
vote. When I got there, no
one working the polls could
believe that I was 18 or
knew anything about vot-
"Voting for me wouldn't be
an easy thing, especially
this election. I was disap-
pointed that Paul Tsongas
hadn't stayed in the race
because he seemed like the
best candidate to me."
"I voted for Bill Clinton be-
cause at the time I thought
he was the best choice for
James McGrath Jr.
A Place Called "Fiddlestix"
In our never-ending search for an interesting story,
the FALCON Yearbook Staff really came up with a
good one this time! Not really that long ago, and truly
not very far away, several of this year's seniors start-
ed their educations at a Wilbraham nursery school
called "Fiddlestix". Luckily for us a fine photographic
record exists of these "early days". And to bring this
thing full cycle we brought two of these "cherub-
tumed-chaugers" back to the scene of their early
(Above) Lettermen Matt Zaft-
Weismann and Chris Taran-
tino out front of Fiddlestix
scouting a fine group of fu-
ture Minnechaug sports
This photo caught Matt dis-
playing early signs of the
quest for knowledge that he
would later display so
proudly at Minnechaug.
(Above) Always the athlete Matt and Chris visit at the
Chris could always "climb
higher and jump further"!
'loft" with their current coun-
terparts at Fiddlestix.
Brian M. Mondor
Kimberly E. Ober
Clarke Douglas Paige
Terri L. Pajak
Seniors *=2V 35
Jessica L. Pearlman
36 f~~? Seniors
Cara L. Peck
Jolene M. Patterson
Mary W. Plowe
Mike, and Josh
1982 wasn't that long ago. .
Front Row: Lauren Troy.Shannon Pfohl.Sara Valentine, Wendy Burke.Tara
O'Connor, Gretchen Moody, Jesse Arabik. Middle Row: Lucy Alves.Sheri
Bready, Nicole LaPierre, Sandra Martel, Anne Tarantinojoan Hanjosh
Kantorjosh Branson. Back Row: Mrs. Queen.Dave Hanks, Mike CassanelliMike
Ketchchek.Dana Gutridejosh Nelson, Heath Bleau, Jeremy Winn, Eric
Brunelle.Matt Zaft-Weissmann.Germey Geldrupt.Mrs. Pasilla. Photo by Pavitt-
40 M=zi Seniors
Kevin G. Smith
Shawn R. Taylor
Daniel J. Soule
Brooke E. Sperry
David M. Soule
Lauren K. Troy
Kelli A. Walbridge
Caught Off Guard"
(Left) Steve Bidus is still (Below Left) Kara Smith,
not quite awake this Ron Berg, and Shawn
morning on the way to Connery are having a
school. good time in the library.
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Are you sure
that's the right
Are we surprised
to see these two
here? Or, are their
on the bench?
A Few Senior Athletes
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Congratulations to the Seniors of 1993!
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CLASS OF 1994
Front Row: Eric Dolaher,
Beamon, Jay Saun
Juniors i=\ 4F
On Oct.29th, the Class of '94 held
a "Haunted House" for the com-
munity children. A great deal of
effort was put in by all students to
create something new, and it
turned out to be a great success,
thanks to the cooperation of school
Evan "Dracula" Coppola
Colclough, George Condon, Jennifer
Campbell, Katharine Campbell, Mary
DeLong, Benjamin DeNucci, Thomas
Drenzek, Tiffany Dubord, Rebecca
A Few Candid Moments
Amy, Mary, Kay, Sara, and Allison
52 JL^j Juniors
Rep. Richard Neal with Dawn French
and her proud parents.
A wide awake Steve Mikokrjczuk at
the "head of the class".
Juniors s^V 53
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Grondalski, Brian Hanson, Jonathan
Anthony Ceechi was the guest of honor
at a reception held at Minnechaug in
September that was attended by several
"notables" (see photos). He and class-
mate Ethan Pemberton had their works
of art selected for display at the John F.
Kennedy Library in Boston. Anthony will
also be honored by being one of four
student artists in the state to have their
work on display in the White House,
Smithsonian Institution, and the Very
Special Arts Gallery in Washington D.C.
Both works of art are political in nature
with Anthony's titled "Stars and Stripes
Forever", and Ethan's work titled
The guest of honor, An-
thony Ceechi views his
artwork with U.S. Repre-
sentative Richard Neal at
(Above Right) Jean Ken-
nedy Smith and Nancy
Bush Ellis present an
award to Anthony and
his mother at the JFK Li-
Ethan Pemberton and
his proud parents
pose for a photo with
Rep. Neal at the re-
ception held at the
This year the band Solstice has come to
the attention of many music fans, they also
played and won the "Battle of the Bands" at
this years Homecoming Dance. The band is
made up of Juniors Jeff King (lead vo-
cals/and bassist), Russ Phaneuf (drums)
,Chris Fratini (sound engineer), and Soph-
omores Brian Lecesse(lead and rhythm gui-
tar), Bernardo Cuadra (rhythm guitar and
piano), and Heather Deshais (vocals).
56 X=^ Juniors
McAleer, Katherine McAlpine, Michael
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McDonald, Christopher McFarland, Bryc
Lessard, Pamela L'Heureux, Breanne
Scott and Tom
Kevin Sheran and Seth Marlatt
Merigian, Michael Mikolajczuk, Steven
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Motyka, Eric Motyka, Shawn
58 j~i Juniors
Cherie Does It Again
Ray Mills, Ace
in New Hamp-
ing B.J. Thomas
at the Big E in
the summer of
Minnechaug's resident "rock star hunter" man-
aged to catch up with a few more musicians this
year (see the 1992 FALCON yearbook for the be-
ginning of the story). As you can see here, Cherie's
dreams just keep coming truel
Bobby from the
Nelson group and
Cherie LaPlante in
Juniors 5— \ 59
A happy pre-semi group.
Matt lays across Dan,Mike,Seth,Mark, and left before the s
60 y=^ Juniors
Kay Moriarty and Andrea Gralen-
ski pose in front of a Christmas tree
before the semi.
Mary,Heather,Sara,Amy, and Alli-
son after the semi formal.
Stevenson, Daniel Stolarcyk, Courtney
Yim, Seoung Jae
Student Life SCRAPBOOK
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CLASS OF 1995
First Row: Erika Nelson.
Second Row: Autumn
Renn f Steven Clines, Keri
Boduch, Lisa Rousseau.
Third Row: Stephanie
Lash, Michelle Belisle, Eric
Braccialarghe, Carla Brant, Garrett
CampbeE, Daniel Campbell, Noelle ,
Sophomores i~\ 69
Castagna, Vanessa Chappel, Heather Clines, Steven A
Collins, Michael Connery, Thomas R Cordi, Laura Ann Cortese, Kristen Cuadra, Bernardo
"Sophomore Girls Just Wanna Have Fun!'
lesantis, Nicolas Deshais, Heather
Garabedian, Rachel Garceau, Timothy
Davidson, Lindsay Decoteau, William DeFlorio, Robert DeMartino, Kateri
A Few Sophomore Athletes
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Horak, Jenny Huard, Daniel
Gilligan, Chris Girard, Shanna
Graham, Kristofer Granaudo, Mark Gray, Carrie Guiffredo, Cynthia
Jurgen, Glenn Kennedy, Amanda
Kumming, Susannah Labadorf, Karl Laflamme, Eugene
It happened to Princess Diane. It happened
to Madonna. Even to Sinead O'Connor and
Roseanne.... They all turned sixteen. They
probably even had birthday parties. And
many members of the Sophomore class will
join that illustrious group this year. As shown
here, Michelle Poulin's friends got together
and lit those sixteen candles.
Michelle Poulin & Light all sixteen! "The first cut is al-
Friends. ways the hardest!"
74 ^~> Sophomores
Muldrew, Rebecca Murray, Amity
Nelson, Gregg Neuroth, Stephanie
Nordstrom, Micheal Novembrino, Deana OConner, Jeffrey O'Donoghue, Cathleen CNeil, Kelly
Pabis, Justin Pace, Rojauna
76 ^=^ Sophomores
Palmer, Gillian Paradis, Kristyn
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Ritchotte, Jessica Roberts, Nikki
Reavey, Christopher Redin, Jaime
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Santoro, Mary Samo, Michelle Schieding, Samantha
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Walbridge, Bethany Walker, Michele
Wholley, Meghan Wolkowski, Joanna
Young, Carley Youngs, Marcie
78 M=* Sophomores
Nauman, Kristie Zimmermann, Katharine Zollner, Rachel
It wouldn't have been the same without
"Our Hero Ms. Jason Glass".
Sophomores ^A 79
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THE CLASS OF 1996
CLASS OF 1996
Front Row: Diana
Kim Kisner, Carolyn Fay
Back Row: Jeremy Little,
There are 230 Freshmen at Minnechaug!
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Kerry Alarie and
Alicia Smith Melody Rivera,
Jackie Ingram, Erin
Hayes, and Jenny
Mentzen II, Hans
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The Class of 1996 looking to
B.S. in Ed.
A.Arts/Bay Path C.
Univ. of Oklamhoma
Univ. of Maine
M. of Ed./U.Mass.
M.S. of Ed./U.Penn.
Gulf Park C./Miss.
A high school yearbook is a living history of an important
time of your life. During your high school years you have
j gathered a collection of memories to last a lifetime. As time
! passes, you may lose daily contact with your friends from
high school; but, occasionally, you will dust off your year-
book, and a smile will cross your face as you recall a
particular class, teacher, game, activity. . .
The theme of the 1 993 yearbook is ' 'Bock Solid. " This is an
appropriate phrase to describe our school. Your accom-
plishments in the classroom, on the athletic fields, and in the
community have helped to create a positive spirit. It is that
spirit that has helped Minnechaug develop a sense of pride.
With a cornmitment to education by students, parents, teach-
ers, adminisrators, counselors, and everyone else asso-
ciated with M.R.H.S., we will continue to direct our energies
toward being "flock Solid. "
Congratulations to the members of the Class of 1993. I
wish you well as you enter a new phase of your life. You
have proven your ability to accept responsibility, and I am
confident that you will seek solutions to make our society a
Robert A. Johnson, Principal
Taking time from his busy schedule, Mr. Johnson
stops for a quick pose.
B.A./St. Michael's C.
M.A./St. John's Univ.
Cert of D.P.
B.S. in Education
A.B. Bowdoin C.
B.S. in Phys. Ed.
M.S.T. Colby C.
Ph.D. North Texas
Northwestern Conn. C.
M. Ed. in Guidance
Solid Support Systems
The Office of the Superintendent. They arrange the bus you ride in on.
They operate the building you walk in to. They arrange the purchase of the
textbook you are using. They pay for the heat and lights. In short, they are
responsible for all of us being here. So, you may never have seen them. . .
but they are there!
B.A. in Math
M.A.T. from A.I.C.
M.A.T. in Math
M. Ed./Westfield S.
$ < .
B.S. /Fitchburg S.
M.A./Univ. of Conn.
Always a "favorite
target" for a fund
Solid Order and Discipline
A Photographic Study
Examine with us through this "photographic study", the
two rock solid pillars of this temple of learning. We
benefit daily from the calm, steady, thoughtful and prop-
er example set by these two dignified men! (please note
that the creators of this piece have graduated, or at least
moved to Alaska)
Chillin' with the
boyz at the cafe!
C.A.G.S./Univ. of Conn.
B.A./CoUege of Our
Lady of the Elms
School of Law
fiapmasfer Whaien M.C.'s a
High Meadow moment (
I.I. Cool Logan to the right of
Ms. Reidy and the flapmasfer).
M.A./Univ. of Conn.
Bach, in Bus. Admin,
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B.A./Univ. of Conn.
M.Ed./Univ. of Hartford
Grad./Univ. of Conn.
Goodbye Good Friends!
June 1993 also marks the departure from
M.R.H.S. of three long-time faculty mem-
bers: Marilyn Ats, Paul Deslauriers, and
B.A./Univ. of Detroit
Susan Kline Carolyn Lambert
B.A./Radcliffe C. B.S./Westfield S.C.
M.A.T./Harvard Univ. M.Ed./Westfield S.C.
Mary Ann Little
B.A. from the
Emerson Business School
College of Saint Rose
It. DeWolf translated his Mr. Scott creates
Dve lor the outdoors into wood toys and iurni-
: business creating wood ture and was recently
trip canoes. featured in the Union
News as a local
We define entrepreneur as a per-
son who organizes and operates a
complicated undertaking, gener-
ates an industrious effort, and as-
sumes the risk for a business ven-
ture. Take a look at four genuine
entrepreneurs among us.
Mr. Kibbe should more
properly be called
aboard his charter
Mr. Balser's ex-
B.A./Univ. of Maryland
Agawam H.S. 77
A.M. from the
Universite de Bordeaux
E.S.L. Cert./Elms C.
B.S. in Home Ec.
B.A./M.A. in Ed.
B.A. in Sociology
B.S. in Accounting
Univ. of Dayton
Univ. of Maine
B.S. in Nursing
Solidly Silly Staff???
Our advisor tells us constantly that
"teachers have no first names, opinions,
or go to the bathroom". We disagree!
ear of com Mr.
So Mr. Scharl. . . what! it be?
Eileen Pratt John Przybylowi<
Dip./H.S. of Commerce from A.I.C.
tainly has no
lack of spirit!
Mr. Hanscom at Meadow Muffins.
Mr. DeWolf and a skirted
Mr. Orszulak. . . always a
Margaret Reidy Joan Riel
Bachelor of Music Associate Degree
Northern Illinois U. Salter Sect. School
Carol A. Sibilia
.S. in Tech. Ed.
B.A./Univ. of N.H.
B.S. in Ed./W.S.C.
M.A./William & Mary
Front Row: Pam Wag-
ner, Connie Silver-
i a, Mary Jo He-
b e r t , A n g i e
Leone (Mgr.), Mary
ler, Dorothy Powell.
Back Row: Lorraine
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Good Food! Good Friends!
B. of Fine Arts
B.S. in P.E./Health
Univ. of Rhode Island
Day in and day out these men
operate the facilty that we all in-
habit. These are the guys who fly
the flag, know where all the pow-
er switches are, and carry the
"keys to the kingdom".
Who Make It
i.S. /Springfield C.
Lower Pioneer Valley
Chris Tumey. . . at home
Ethan and Dawn take a
break at the Eastfield
k 102A^ L.P.V.E.C
Minnechaug participates in the
collaborative as a means of deliv-
ering additional vocational-
technical courses to its students. The
Collaborative offers many pro-
grams, all on a half day basis. All
programs, with the exception of Au-
tomotive Tech are located in Chic-
opee. These programs provide our
students with entry level job skills,
and give students a solid basis for
continued technical education.
(Top Left) The Collaborative (Above) Jay Vedovelli, sur-
Machine Shop. rounded by books, but still smil-
(Middle Left) The Electronics
(Bottom Left) The Chicope
Graphic Arts facility.
Mr. Ned Doyle
From those long summer days of double sessions until the
springtime wins were all completed, Minnechaug High
school athletes were ROCK SOLID. Their training and
preparation, both physical and mental, allowed them to
:ompete and win at the interscholastic level. They were
ocused, they were intense, they wanted to experience the
'Thrill of Victory" — They were ROCK SOLID!!
Their significant contributions greatly added to the qual-
ty of life at Minnechaug and in the community. They can
De justly proud of their athletic prowess, for it played an
ntegral part in their overall development — academic,
>ocial, moral-ethical, and athletic. They were truly student-
However, the most significant outcome of their athletic
;xperience is the fact that these athletes are now well
jquipped to compete and win at the game of life. Why
should anyone be surprised — they were FALCONS, and
hey were and always will be ROCK SOLID.
Some of the "Solid Support"
That Produced Great Teams!
A Solid Season
It had been eight long
years since Minnechaug
last became the AA confer-
ence champions, but this
year the football team
pulled itself together and
stormed to a Superbowl
Birth. Lead by Tri-Captains
Bill Brady, Mike Poremba,
and Jon Albano the Falcons
proved to be dominant on
both sides of the ball. Brady
showed his versatility at
quarterback by both run-
ning and throwing the ball,
Poremba, Derek Giordano,
and Jeff Murphy combined
to be one of the best back-
fields in Western Mass,
while ends Chris Tatantino
and Mike DeFlorio both
blocked and caught the ball
After an awful start, the
team picked up its intensity
and went on to beat Hol-
yoke, Cathedral, and Cen-
tral. At the end of the season
Minnechaug was in a five
way tie for first place, but
was given a Superbowl
birth because of its super-
lative record within the con-
Varsity and J.V. Football First Row: Mike DeFlorio.Chris Tarantino.Derek Giordanojeff Murphyjon
Albano.Mike Poremba.Bill Brady.Adam Niziolek.Mike Goodreau, Chris McRae.Mike Ketchek. Second Row:
Ryan Noonan.Cory Reddington,Tim Hebert.Scott Korzon.Ken Meyers.BiU Perkins, Seoung Jae Yim.Peter
Moon.Mark Haryasz. Third Row: Chris Graham.Dan Huard.Bob DeFlorio.Rick Falzonejamie Quist.Hank
Geberth.Tim Garceaujustin Pabis.Matt Freeman. Fourth Row: Trainer Stu.Coach Dion.Coach
Cramer.Greg Nelson.Adam Basch.Nick Desantisjoe Carson.Coach Cauley.Coach Cavanaugh.
i Football First Row: Todd Bienvenue,Bryan Huard,Tim
Bien venue, Brian Bernard.Steve Powell.Max Berg.Shane Rich-
ards. Second Row: Ryan Hunt.Doug Stokowski, Billy Nicholsjow
Bluteau. Third Row: Mark Brannigan, Steve Neuroth.Rob Per-
sonjay Brown.Brendan Noonan. Fourth Row: Coach Ben-
nertjaime Mitchell.Charlie Luvera.Tom Schmitt.Mike Skiff.Brian
Derek Giordano braces
himself for a defensive at-
(Top) Not letting anyone get
in his way, Mike Poremba
leaves his mark on No.3.
(Above) Coach Cauley dis-
cusses the finer points of
(Left) Bill Brady has all the
Chris Tarantino and
Chip Perkins cele-
brate a fine Min-
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Shiloh and Jen out-
Kristy and Betsy
smile for the cam-
era with ABC soap
star Brian Bodine
from All My Chil-
Wendy Deshais, complete with
hat & sunglasses, puts on a face
for the camera at cheerleading
Becky, Coach Lois,
Wendy, Jenni, Kay,
Shiloh, Lisa, Tiffa-
ny, Jen, Heather,
Jess, Colleen, and
Jen group together
for the camera.
k 108A=? Cheerleaders
"Rock the Stands"
The Varsity Cheerleaders
started off earlier than usual
this summer by cheering at
a charity softball game for
the Make-A-Wish Founda-
tion. We cheered for the
ABC soap stars who played
against the local news team
at Channel 40. We then
moved on to the UCA Sum-
mer Camp at Amherst Col-
lege. With a solid perfor-
mance we proved that we
were worthy of our title.
"1992 Division II State
Champions", by winning
the camp championships.
Camp helped us come to-
gether as a team and gave
us a solid foundation for our
start to the year. Football
season proved to be a great
success.When the football
team went to the superbowl,
we cheered them on along
with lots of help from the
fans and the newly unveiled
Nikki Forrant and Heather
Deshais cheer on the de-
fense during a J.V. Football
Varsity Cheerleaders: Front Row: Jennifer Mackie, Colleen Fitz-
geraldjennifer Mercure.Captains Wendy Deshais and Kristie
Mitchell, Betsy Ross, Jessica Pearlman. Back Row:Becky
D'Amato.Lisa Rousseao.Heather Cail, Jennifer Patullo, Coach
Lois Mitchell, Shiloh Napolitan.Kay Moriarty.Tiffany Drenzek.
JV Cheerleaders Front Row:Karen Briggs, Captain Jessica
Mercure, Sarah Blondek, Kristin Cortese, Rebecca
Sagalyn, Courtney Cavalon. Back RowiCoach Kristin
Falzone.Seana Pearlman.Rojauna Pace.Heather Smead.Nikki
Forrant, Heather Deshais.Marcy Howe.Beth Fitzgerald.
Caught in the middle of cheering at a i
• versus Holyoke, the varsity cheerleaders perform their
Rock On Guys!
The Boy's Varsity Soccer
team, with their new coach
P.J. Cambo had a much im-
proved season this year.
With a record of 8-6-2 the
Varsity lead by Co-
Captains Josh Clarkin and
Dave Labadorf just missed
the W.Mass tournament by
one point. Goalkeeper Ray
Royer, with some help from
a strong defense, did an ex-
cellent job giving up goals
very sparingly. Although
the Freshmen ended the
year with a record of 3-8-1,
and the JV team had an "up
and down" season lead by
long-time head coach Wil-
liam Jenkins, we hope some
of our young talent will step
into the spaces left by grad-
uating Seniors. Both the JV
and the Freshmen Soccer
teams had good building
years, and we see many
highly skilled players com-
ing up in the ranks.
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Varsity Boy's Soccer Front Row: Seth Marlatt.Nate AUen.Dave
Labadorfjosh Clarkin.Eric Dolaherjeff MacFarlane.Mike Nord-
strom. Back Row: Mark Granaudo, Jeremy Winn, Ryan Shu-
mate, Tom Denucci.Nate Howells.Ray Royer.Karl Labadorf.Greg
Moorejohn Davenport.Mike SpIUane.Doug Paige.Al Cardaro-
JV Boy's Soccer First Row: Brian Grondalski.Mike Mageau.Scott
Dacoto. Second Row: Jason Candagejay Emersion, Scott
Payton.David GetchelLSean Motykajared DeSousa. Third Row:
Coach Jenkins.Bob Vetek.George Kotsikopoulos.Ed Legere.Alex
McGill, Chris Gilligan.Dave Provencher, David Roth, Joe
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Freshman Boy's Soccer First Row: Jamie Michalskijosh
Kenny, Mike Shea, Tim Sheran.Eric Balser, Shane
Vermette. Second Row: Jeff Fontaine.Eric Tomkinsjeff
Dearden.Dave Fonte.Francis Turcotte.Mike Kostek.Scott
Johnson, Ken Lynch. Third Row: Rich Giombette,Kris
O'Conner.Sam Rao.Chris Schofieldjimmy Maynard,Hans
Menson.Eric Reed, Coach Mark.
Josh Clarion boots the ball
out of danger, with Nate Al-
len and Ryan Shumate look-
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With hair flying high,
Seth Marlatt shows
why he's ranked
With a great move,
Dave Labadorf "Jukes
his defender out of his
On the attack, Mike Spillane
dribbles the ball down field.
Ray Royer arches
skyward to bat the
Solid 500 Season
The 1992 Girl's Varsity
Soccer Team finished this
season with an 8-8-2 record.
This was the first year since
1985 that the girls have fin-
ished with a record of 500 or
better, and Lani Hsiao
matched a school record of
15 goals in one season set
by Pam Melcher in 1979.
(Lani also set the school rec-
ord for most points in a high
school year. 32 goals + 16
assists = 48 points.) JV had a
very good season with only
two loses. Both JV and
Freshmen are training
many good players who will
soon be ready to replace the
graduating seniors on Var-
sity. This year's Division 1
was filled with tough com-
petent teams and Min-
nechaug gave every team a
"run for their money!"
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Varsity Girl's Soccer First Row:Lani Hsiao.Kristin Nelson.Kelli
Walbridge. Second RowrAutumn Renn.Kristin Jack.Megan
Burke, Michelle Desrosier.Becky Harris, Amy Currier, Kim
Kisner, Joanna Wolkowski. Third Row:Christine Sarno.Cara
Peck.Erin Gillen.Amy Hitchcock.Elana Kingsbury.Erika Nelson.
JV Girl's Soccer Front Row:Ashlee Welz.Robin Campbell. Deana
Novembrino.Erin Halloran, Lindsay Davidson.Emily Blume.Staci
Overton, Amy Beacom. Back Row: Erin Hayes, Jennifer Kotom-
ski.Michelle Sarno.Kathy Bidus, Nicole Yacovone, Jennifer
Desrosier.Leia Yacovone, Kristin Belcher, Nicole Tousignant.
Freshman Girl's Soccer First Row:Robin Cambell.Krystyna Dav-
enport.Leslie Kingsbury.Beth Leisejen Palmer.jen Am-
sden.Brandi Budynkiewicz. Second Row:Maria Stenning.Erin
Hayes.Tracy Tollmanjen Weiner.Joy Benedrx, Bethany Wal-
bridge.Kerri Streeter, Holly Badalamenti.Coach Jason Krueger.
Rocky Start, Solid Finish
The chicks with sticks had
yet another enthusiastic
season this year with the
help of Coach Flagg and
newcomer J.V. Coach
Rosenthal. With seniors An-
gela Brunelle, Amy Smith,
and Carrie Hapgood play-
ing the front line and the in-
famous "Dummy D" keeping
the home goal safe with
great assistance from Steph
Burke, the team goalie, the
season was a great success.
Mid fielders Amy and her
sister Alison used that
'Spear' power to do a fan-
tastic job in both offense
and defense. When asked
what the team thought
about the future of Min-
nechaug Field Hockey, they
said they were anxiously
awaiting next year. With a
young team that holds great
depth, they are sure to have
a successful future. Good
Varsity Field Hockey Front Row: Jolene Patterson, Liz TomkieLGretchen
Moody.Amy Smith.Amy Spear.Angela Brunelle.Alison Spear.Megan
Casey. Back Row: Sara Stone, Alyssa Bottone.Laura Bresette, Stephanie
Burke, Christine Vecchio.Erin Burke.Carrie Hapgood.
JV Field Hockey Front Row: Amy Dolanjen Brand, Kathy Zim-
merman, Suzi Metzger. Second Row: Seanna Matthews, Jessi
Janes, Kerry Alaire, Tracy McCarthy. Back Row: Coach
Rosenthal, Diana Graveline.Emily Binns, Elizabeth Harris, Kristin
Sartwelljamie Rochford, Sandy Ziobro.Katie Larro.
Gretchen Moody, Christine
Vecchio, and Erin Burke de-
fending our goal.
Alyssa Bottone hustles 1
get the ball.
Carrie Hapgood makes
an attempt at the goal.
Jen Brand gets ready to
defend our goal in a close
Angela Brunelle plows over
the opponent's defense.
Amy Spear hits straight and
Jeremy Little gives a wave to the
Running on the Rocks
The scoreboards you see
on this page reflect a very
successful season. Both the
boys 'and girls'Cross Coun-
try teams had the depth of
talent, worked hard, and
displayed the effort to
tanced the field at every
chance they were given.
What led to their success
was a mixture of finely
tuned veterans,high quality
new comers and of course
the constant hard work and
grueling hours that keep
Minnechaug on the top. Al-
though the seniors will be
missed next season, the tal-
ented young runners re-
maining on both cross coun-
try teams show infinite
potential and we are sure
they will continue the fine
tradition of success that has
existed at Minnechaug for
many winning years.
Boy's X-Country First Row: Kevin Sheran.Chris Smead.Mark
Tromblay. Second Row: Justin Crane, Colby Smith.Rob
McDiarmid, Brendan Murray.Brendan Trombly. Third Row:
Coach Barrett.Matt Laraway, Ryan Miller.Adam Winseckjeff
Burr, Bob Vitek.
Girl's X-Country First Row: Sara Valentine.Maureen Demp-
sey.Barbara Fulton. Second Row: Kara Scibelli.Kateri DeMar-
tino, Sara Navab,Susan Moon.Melody Fuvera.Lynn Maserati.
Third Row: Margaret Brennan, Katie Shea, Hillary
Brown,Lindsay Hayes.Katie Tichacek.Alicia Smith, Stephanie
A very rough start between 3 different teams on a 3.1 mile
course at Minnechaug.
Mark Tromblay and Chris
Smead — once again, team-
mates in synch.
Brendan Murray and
Brendan Trombly almost
side by side, can't wait till
the race is over.
Kevin Sheran looks
ahead to see if
there cue any other
men to pass.
The high bar is well
within Melissa Do-
and the opposition,
Bree L'Heureux is
caught in mid-air.
As a Freshman Molly
DiBiaso shows her flexibility
in a difficult handstand. Her
work paid off with a season
high of 8.3.
"E" Leahey stops to smile
while practicing her bar rou-
When it comes to talent,
this year's gymnastics team
was one of the deepest ever.
Every gymnast set a very
high standard for themself
and wouldn't give up, even
under pressure. Our biggest
competition was Spring-
field's Central High School.
The scores were always
neck and neck, coming as
close as 115.0 to 114.95.
Minnechaug was 16-1, los-
ing one tough and disap-
pointing meet to Lenox.
When the time came for
W.Mass we were seated 1st.
The whole team was con-
fident that they could keep
the title. But the night ended
with Minnechaug 2nd
(128.7) and Central 1st
(129.5). We were both dis-
appointed and proud. We
worked very hard and
ended with a good overall
Gymnastics First Row: Elizabeth Leahey.Melissa Dolaher.Tara O'Connor. SecondRow: Bree
L'Heureux.Christine Logan.Sharon Belcher. Third Row: Coach Cheryl Palm.Molly DiBiaso.Keri
Boduchjessica Hamer.Lisa Marcelynas, Melissa Lara way , Kelly O'Neil.Cindy Guiff redo, Becky De-
liefde.Asst.Coach Angela Sullivan.
Sharon Belcher concentrates
on the opening movements
i her floor routine.
Matt Laraway takes a
Displaying his speed, Alex
Leritz breaks away for the
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While our record was less
impressive than we had
hoped, the Falcons man-
aged to field a competative
team and pulled off several
impressive victories. The
team was led by senior co-
captains Walter Grono and
Andy Henshon, who com-
bined to average nearly
thirty points and fifteen re-
bounds per game. Both of
these players finished with-
in the top four in scoring in
the Valley Wheel, and will
be missed next year. The
sophomore trio of Alex Ler-
itz, Mike Nordstrom, and
Mike Disa emerged in their
first year on varsity and
eventually earned spots in
the starting line up. Jay-
Saun Beamon was the
teams most agressive play-
er and provided numerous
crowd-pleasing plays. In
addition to the team, "the
ice box" will also lose val-
uable members to gradua-
tion, among them Josh
Mike Roberts. Hopefully, the
class of 94 will step up and
fill the void left in Min-
Varsity Front Row: Tom Gagnon, Walter Grono, Jay-Saun J.V. Front Row: Mike Lavoiejeff Fontaine, Jeff Vitek. Back Row.
Beamon. Back Row: Dave Sagalyn, Chris Kerbel.Matt Coach Crawford, Steve Robarejeff Burr.Chris Gilligan, Colin
Laraway, Andrew Henshon, Scott Liese.Bill Gagnon.Coach Schmitt.Alex Leritz.Mike Maziarz.Bob Vitek.Mike Nordstrom.
Freshman Front Row: Carlos Jimenez, Brian Ber-
nard, Regean Rochefort, Brendan Trombly. Back Row:
Coach Mooney.Ross Giombetti.Mike Kostek.Sam Raojoel
Christof ore, Chris Schoefieldjeff Deardon, Charlie Luvera.
In only his second year
leading the Varsity girls at
Minnechaug Coach David
Yelle really rejuvenated the
program and at yearbook
press time we found the
Varsity undefeated with a
19-0 record and 4th seed in
the Division 1 Western Mass
Tournament. For the second
year Megan Burke led the
team scoring statistics with
15 points per game, but
these victories were truly a
team efforts with an incred-
ibly balanced scoring at-
tack. In many games,
Third year JV coach Bill
Griffith lead a good team
that will definitely keep the
Varsity program supplied
with some quality athletes in
All this depth of talent and
this string of victories cer-
tainly has established Min-
nechaug as a girls basket-
Varsity Front Row: Nina Turcotte, Courtney Trombly, Kelly Wal-
bridge, Hillary Brown. Back Row: Coach Yelle, Megan
Casey, Elana Kingsbury, Joanna Wolkowski, Kerry Am-
sdenjennifer Kotomski.Megan Burke, Kimberly Kisner.Rose
JV Front Row: Lesly Kingsbury, Cami Aslin.Mary Campbell. Back
Row: Rose Kirk.Alyssa Bottone, Alison Spear, Kristin
Sartwell, Jennifer Amsdenjen Brown, Anne Marie
Freshmen Front Row: Joy Benedix.Diana Gravelinjen
Doleva.Sara Navab. Back Row: Coach Chaiuejen Palm-
er, Brandy Budynkiewicz.Kate Petrucelli.Kerri
Streeter, Karen Pincince.Rose Kirk.
Erin Hayes looks for her opponents
as she brings the ball down the
(Far Left) Nina Turcotte flys
high to make this shot.
Joy Benedix prepares
take the free throw.
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The Ski Bus, rowdy
Nate Allen smashing a
Doug Paige is "getting
Downhill Racer, Mark
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"Rocky Mountain High
For the first month of ski
practice, we don't touch
snow. We have grueling dry
land pratice consisting of
stairs, wall sits, leg-lifts,
crunches, etc. After Christ-
mas break we start the
mountain pratices. The first
meet was January 8, where
the girls skiing slalom
placed 3rd and the guys
racing giant slalom came in
2nd. All sights were set on
States, where the top two
teams in each division com-
pete against the best teams
in the eastern part of the
state. The two teams faught
hard to qualify for states
even though we faced a
major set back when we
were unable to make the
second meet due to closed
after school activities. Even
though neither team made
it, Minnechaug will be well
represented by individual
qualifiers, Jeff O'Connor,
Doug Paige, Laura Bresette
and Michelle Desrosier.
Ski Team Members Front Row: Glenn Jurgen.Doug Paige, Kateri DeMartino.Lauren Troy.Shaina Stahlberg, Allison
Tipaldi.Tim Sheran. Back Row: John Grandyjeremy Winn.Keith Romano.Mark Fulton.Mike Reich.Justin Pabis.Dave
Selvia, Laura Bresette, Nate Allenjeff OGonnor.Asst. Coach Steve LeClair.
Rock the Pool
Team captains Catherine Duffy and Eric
Brunelle agree that the M.R.H.S. Boys' and
Girls' Swim Teams had another excellent sea-
son capped by Western Mass. Championships
for both groups. The girls finished out the reg-
ular season with an 11-0 record and the boys
went 10-0-1, after tying once with
Longmeadow who had been picked by the
Union News as the favorite to win. This was
the girls' third W.Mass Championship in three
years and the boys' second in three years. All
six senior girls performed well and went on to
compete in W. Mass with Amy Mikuszewski
winning the 200 and 500 freestyle, breaking
the W. Mass record in both events. Senior boys
also did well with Andrew Smith placing sec-
ond and Sean Overton fourth in diving. Bryan
McFarland won both the 200 and 500 freestyle
to push the boys into the championship.
Swim Team Members Front Row: Sarah Dubois.Katie Shea, Stephanie Pelouze.Sara Stone.Kara Lavoie, Lindsay
Davidson, Kristyn Paradise.Tracy Toman.Kathy Zimmermann, Vanessa Castagna.Keri Boduch. Second Row: Se-
anna Matthews, Amy Mikuszewski.Andy Smith.Sean Overton, Kristin Nelson.Kathy Duffy.Eric Brunelle.Maria
Sartori, Elizabeth Leahey, Oliver Puhs, Angela Brunelle. Back Row: Jaime Redin.Karen Furst, Coach Amy
Rosenthal, Dena Deforge, Patricia Duify.Erika Nelson.Rob McDiarmid.Andrew Moodyjeff King.Ryan Miller.Jason
Glass, Mark Haryasz, Bryan McFarland, Corey Reddington.Evan Coppola, David Fieldjamie Galvin.Shana
Smith.Amy Osborne, Coach Pat McDiarmid.Coach Watkins.
Every victory began with a stunning start.
raises her hands in
Mike Bagley works the
puck out of the corner
to get a shot on net.
Chris Reavey ties up
the man in the slot.
Wright keeps the
puck in the oppo-
Steve Bidus bends
down to scoop up a
With last year's 6-11-1
record behind them, many
changes were apparent as
this hockey season began. It
was clear that hard work
and determination could
pay off with a successful
season, because clearly'
under the direction of
Coach Mike Ellis, all the
right ingredients were there.
The season started some-
what slowly with a couple of
losses and we were serious-
ly plagued by injuries in-
cluding Senior Captain
Chris Wright. Chris had
headed up the defense but
luckily Chip Perkins, Seth
Crocker, Steve Mikolajczuk,
and Dan Campbell filled the
void. Big wins over strong
teams like Pittsfield and St.
Joes led to a final record of
10-9 in the Berry Division.
All the players put in their
best effort to go over .500 for
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Hockey Team Front Row: Steve Bidus.Mike Shea.Dan Campbell, Mike Mackiejeff MacFarlane.Eric Dolaher, Keith
Hughes.Chris Reavey.Ryan Cubin. Back Row: Head Coach Mike Ellis.T.J. Courtney, Chris Wright.Eric
D'Amario.Mike Bagley.Dave Hanks, Chip Perkins, Steve Mikolajczuk, Seth Crocker, Pat Moriarty.Jim
Maynard.Hank Geberth.Assistant Coach Bob Martin, Manager Amy Wright.
CHICKS with STICKS
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Boosters, teachers, athletes, and the cows. .
Sports Scrapbook ^=\1 31,
Mr. Gary Petzold
As a class of '68 graduate, I firmly believe that my
successes in life are due in part to my "Rock Solid" ed-
ucation in the classrooms and athletic and activity pro-
grams at Minnechaug. Our school has offered exceptional
educational experiences to students for thirty three years
as a result of our dedicated educators. Today's students
continue the Chaug traditions and the high level of
achievement of past classes while helping to develop new
programs throughout the school and community, Students
now serve on a variety of faculty committees, meet reg-
ularly with the principal, and have a voice on the school
committee. They are the members of a greater variety of
activity, sport, and community programs which produces a
broad base of participants with a "Rock Solid" educational
foundation. As such, Minnechaug remains highly respected
by all who are touched by its programs.
Members of the Class of '93 are our talented student
activity leaders. They have displayed energy, spirit, and
creativity in planning numerous new activity events. The
blend of good friends and solid effort has united the class
into a group with common roots. I hope each member of the
class will work to insure that future generations can also
receive an excellent education. I am proud to have worked
closely with the class, commend them for their many ac-
complishments, and wish them all the best in their future
Some of the "Solid Support"
That Makes It All Possible!
Student Government Members Front Row: Erinne Selim.Amy Currier.Amy Smith.Betsy Ross.Kelly GiUigan. Second Row: Katie Campbell,Michelle
Belisle,Keri Boduch.Meghan Casey.Lisa Rousseau.Erika Nelson.Lindsay Davidsonjeremy Little, Barbara Fulton.Lani Hsiao.Angela Brunelle. Third
Row: Carolyn Fay.Diana Graveline.Rebecca Sagalynjoanna Wolksowski.Kim Kisner.Maria SartoriLiz Agnew.Emily Blume.Becky Bannon,Eric
Dolaher.Melissa Dolaher. Fourth Row: Kara Scibelli, Stephanie Lash.Nikki Forrant, Brendan Murray.Kevin Sheran.Angus Jennings.Maria Sartori.Tom
Denucci.Shiloh Napolitan.Autumn Rennjeff Burr.Katie Tichacek. Back Row: Eric Misiaszek, Brent Bumette.Sam Raojamie Mitchell.Andrew
Henshon.Steve ClinesJ.P. Reeder, Seth Marlatt.Kevin Maltby.Mark Tromblay.Mr. Petzold.
Student Government Officers V.P.-Amy Currier , Ad-
visor- Mr. Petzold, President-Amy Smith, Secretary-
Erinne Selim , Sargeant at Arms-Kelly GiUigan, Treas-
urer-Betsy Ross .
State Student Government
Amy Smith and Maria Sartori
Junior Classical League
Junior Classical League
Front Row: Shawn Tay-
lor, Amy Hitchcock, Lani
Maltby, Elizabeth Leahey.
Second Row: Alison
Moore, Michael Ket-
Quist. Third Row: Rosemary
Kirk.Amy Smith,Sara Valen-
tine, Samir Rao, Jeremy
Weiskotten. Back Row: Scott
Mackenzie, Keith Duf-
State Publication Editor
Lani, Amy, Kevin, and friends wad- Deep in the "Jungles of California"
ing through the California waters. at the JCL Convention.
Key Club Members Front Row: Chris Tarantino.Eric Sagalyn, Christine Sarno.Sara Valentine, Kevin Maltby.Erinne Selim.Tom
DeNucci, Wendy Deshais. Second Row: Ann Marie Bushway.Tamara Fontaine, Jessica Paris, Samantha Schieding, Cathy Sar-
gent.Nan Jenkinson, Scott Mackenzie.Tara O'ConnorJimmy Boyer. Third Row: Carolyn Fay.Alison Moorejaime Bliss.Sandy Zi-
obro.Amy Paolone, Lauren Raffa, Stacy Phillips.Cara Peck.Kelly Libardi.Michael Shea. Fourth Row: Michelle Samo.Kim Kisner.Nick
YarmacBecky Muldrew.Emily Binns, Karen Briggs.Liz Young.Maria Stenning, Kathy Duffy, Cathleen O'Donahue. Back Row: Eugene
LaFlamme.Deana No vembrino, Angus Jennings, Maria Sartori, Maureen Dempsey, David Labadorf.Kay Moriarty, Shawn Taylor.Kate
McAleerJessica Lydon.Heather Cailjennifer Kotomski.Nicole Yacovonejeff Fontaine.
Leading members in the Pledge
of Allegiance, Michelle Sarno,
Nicole Yacovone, and Becky
Mr. Valentine, Key Club Advi-
sor, gives his helpful advice at
National Honor Society
National Honor Society Members Front Row: Marsha Kwong.Megan Casey.Christine Logan.Andy Henshon, Kelly Gilligan.Lani Hsaio.Erin Gil-
en.Brendan Murray.Kateri Demartino. Second Row: Rojauna Pace.Becky Dubord, Tiffany Drenzek.Alison Moore.Amy Hitchcock.Amy Smith.Amy
durrier.Elizabeth Leahy.Barbara Fulton.Maria Santori.Hillary Brown.Keri Boduch.Michelle Belisle. Third Row: Jeff Vitekjon Foumier.Nate How-
3lls,Seth Marlatt.Shiloh Napolitan.Liz Agnewjeff Burr.Mark Tromblay.Amanda Kennedy, Rebecca Sagalyn.Allison Spear. Fourth Row: Sean
Motyka.Bob Vitek,Natalie Procknow.Dana Graham.Kevin Sheran.S.J. Yim.Lauren Raffa, Chris Tarantino.Tom DeNucci.Erika Quin.Kristen
Hayes, Stephanie Lash.Ashlee Welz. Fifth Row: Jennifer Kotomski.Cara Peck.Eric Misiaszek, Katie Tichacek, Katie Shea.Ken Myers.Brandy Thom-
is.Mary Plowe.Vesal Dini.Autumn Rennjoanna Wolkowski, Laura Bressette.
N.H.S. Officers: Andy Henshion,
Erin Gillan, Christine Logan,
Kelly Gilligan, and Mrs.
Science Olympiad Members Front Row: Maria Sartori.Nate Howells.Shawn Taylor. Second Row: Tamara Fontainejoy Benedix, Cathy Duffy,Heath
Bleau.Amanda Kennedy.Mrs. Vickers. Third Row: Dan Post.Bridget Gullbergjeff Vitek.Keri Boduch, William Wagner, Michelle Belisle.Cindy AUard.
Fourth Row: Dave Bishop, Natalie Prochnow.Eric Wages.Brandy Thomas.Eric Misiaszek, Kelly Libardi. Last Row: Mary Plowe.Keith Duffy.Bob
Vitek.Andy Clines.Ryan Miller.Linda Walling.Carla Braccialarghe, Chris Bopp.
The group reviews a bridge construction video.
Mathletes Front Row: Brandy-
Thomas, Marsha Kwong. Back
Row: Mrs. Sirois.Eric Misias-
zek,Seoung Jae Yim.Mrs. Bar-
Computer Club Members Front
Row: Tom DeNucci,Seoung Jae
Yim, William Wagner, Ranee
Brown. Second Row: Jeremy
Winn.Marsha Kwong, Michael
McAlpine.Mrs. Ligarski. Back
Row: Jeff Vitek.Sukesh
Kantesaria, Jeremy Weiskot-
ton,Bob Vitek, Steve Clines.
Emeralds/Quill and Scroll
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Emeralds at Mead
Emeralds at Meadow Muffin.
Emeralds Staff MembersFront Row: Genevieve Du-
til.Marsha Kwong.Linda Walling. Back Row: Miss
Latinojen Kotomski.Todd Little.Erica Quinn, Wendy
MRHS Students Match Wits
Schools Host Mock Elections
. SADD Holds Second Annual .
Organized Fun Night
Smoke Signal Staff Front Row: Eric Misiaszek, Meghan Freed.Katie
Tichacek, Katie Campbell. Back Row: Cindy Allard, Linda Wall-
ing, Stephanie Lash.Laura Bresette.Sara Valentine.
Yearbook Staff Members Front
Row: Angie Durant,Bree
L'Heureux, Sharon Belcher. Sec-
ond Row: Jen Patullo, Emily
Blume.Alyssa Bottone. Third
Row: Cordelia Vahadji, Becky
Tousignant, Karen Furst. Fourth
Row: Shiloh Napolitan, Becky
Harris, Mark Haryasz, Nicole Mar-
neau. Back Row: Dave
Madelaine Duval pos- Our portrait photogra-
ing Colleen Fitzgerald phers.
for a sports portrait.
Jay-Saun Beamon displays a few yearbook "promo
Front Row: Cordelia
Drenzek. Back Row:
i n g , B e c k y
Dub or d, Amanda
Nicoli, Sarah Scho-
son, Nicole Marti-
Becky Dubord, Se-
ana Pearlman, Tif-
fany Drenzek, and
(Far Right) Seana
Pearlman and Tif-
fany Drenzek hand
out d.a.r.e. pro-
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Environmental Club Members
Front Row: Laura Niles.Melanie
Sager, Sarah Schofield, Amity
Murry. Second Row: Ashlee
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Welz.Caryn Bopp, Kristin
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Hayes, Alyssa Battone. Third
Row: Tracy McCarthy, Kira
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McDonald, Amber Alves, Scott
Peyton.Mrs. Bransford. Heather
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Studney.Amy Avery, Tracy
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Bliss, Erica Quinn. Fifth Row:
Alex Vinson.Paul Root.Chris
Gilligan.Andy Bower, Tim Timp-
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The club spends a pro-
ductive afternoon filling
Check out this "happy re-
Model U.N./Model Congress
Model U.N. Members Front Row: Linda Wallingjon Fournierjen Brady.Cathy Duffy.Seth Marlatt.Katie
Tichacek. Second Row: Mrs. Shea,Cindy Allard,Colby Smith, Danielle Tessier.Tamara Fontaine.Kate
MacAleer. Third Row: Maria Sartori,Nick Yarmac, Lindsay Hayes, Vesal Dini.Sara Valentine, Brent
Burnette, Sarah Schofield,Mary Plowe.Alyssa Bottone, Meghan Freed.
Proud of their work. Model Congress Members show off their trophies.
Colby Smith represents M.R.H.S. as other
local Model Congresses look on.
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Aqaurium Club Members Front Row: Gretchen Studney, Michelle Poulin.Suzannah Cummings, Heather Chappel. Back Row:
Kay Moriarty, Laura Niles.
The group with one of their nursery
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Photography Club Members Front
Row: Gretchen Studeny, Patrick
Hurst.Heather Chappel. Back Row:
Sukesh Kantesaria, Keith Duffy, Erik
Mr. Sersanti, chess
club advisor, watches
over his team's prog-
ress before a tough
match, confident that
they will have another
Ham Radio Club
Ham Radio Club Members
Front Row: Brian Har-
ris.Erick Balserjustin Pabis.
Second Row: Jason
Kosek.Mr. Kibbe. Third
Row: Mitch Graf, Matt
Rzegocki, Heath Bleau,
Sukesh Kantesaria, Devin
McCarthy, Dan Post.
Mitch Graf "tunes in". Sukesh Kantesaria speaks out
to the world in the Ham Radio
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Future Business Leaders of America
F.B.L.A. Members Front Row:
Becki Person, Stephanie Burke.
Second Row: Mary Rister, Eileen
Salomone, Jessica Pers.Alan
Lambert. Third Row: Cate Mar-
tin, Rebecca Sagalyn.Lisa Rous-
seau.Laura Niles. Fourth Row:
Studney, Heather Chappel,
An F.B.L.A. meeting takes shape.
(Above) Advisor Mrs. Jeserski.
Students Against Drunk Driving
S.A.D.D. Members Front Row:
Becky Dubord, Cathy Sar-
gent.Seanna Matthews, Mike
Nordstrom. Second Row:
Heather Balser, Tiffany
Drenzek.Cory Jodoin, Allison
Tipaldi, Kelly Libardi. Third
Row: Mrs. Nordstrom, Kay
Moriarty,Liz Agnew, Chris
Kerbel. Fourth Row: Tracy
Bliss, Erin Halloran,Shiloh
Cathy Sargent promotes S.A.D.D. at the Peach Festival.
The school store is manned
by Mr. Deely,Nina Difilip-
po.Heather Day.and Melissa
International Club Mem-
bers Front Row: Rojauna
Back Row: Amanda
Nicoli, Kristin Macaulay.
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Solid Arts at Minnechaug!
,1 52^^ The Arts
The Performing Visual Arts Society
has had a big year! " P.A.V.A.S. in
Revue", a Variety show performed in
the Minnechaug auditorium on a Sat-
urday night in January, was a big suc-
cess. Many talented MRHS students
were provided a showcase for their
unique talents. The FALCON year-
book staff says, "Take a bow
P.A.V.A.S.! Great Work!".
P.A.V.A.S. Members First Row: Mr. Bernstein & son, Kate McAleer.Tamara
Fontaine.Rosemary Kirk. Second Row: Emily Bernstein, Cathy Sargent, Cor;_-, T odoin,Amanda
Nicoli. Third Row: Erica Quinn.Tracy Bliss.Kay Moriarty, Amanda Kenr.-iJy.Carla Brac-
cialarghe.Mary Rister. Back Row: Heather Cail.Lauren Raffa.Mary CampbellTSheila Maleck-
as.Amity Murray.Eric Misiaszek.Alyssa Bottone.
Mr. Bernstein, Judy,
and Tamara all pitch
PAVAS in Re-
Scott Giles and
of the show.
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Drama/One Act Plays
Mirmechaug R. H. S.'s Annual One-Act Play Contest
consists of four plays chosen, directed, and performed
entirely by students. The plays are judged on their the-
atrical merits with awards being presented for: Best Play,
Best Actor, Best Actress, Best Supporting Actor, and Best
Supporting Actress. The judges are also free to award
honorable mention where and if they feel they are ap-
Drama Club Members Front Row: Christine Sarno.Kathy Sargent.Brent Bumette.Evan Copolla.Liz Young.Eric Sagalyn. Second Row:
Jaime Bliss.Emily Binns.Sandi Ziobro.Amy Paolone.Sona Durzy.Erin Dooleyjeremy Little.Karen Furst. Third Row: Heather
Wilson, Stephanie Pelouze, Wendy Burke.Amy Smith.Hillary Brown.Katie Campbell, Stephanie Lash.Luaren Raffa.Autumn Renn,Eric
Young. Fourth Row: Alicia Smith.Steve Potvinjustin Pabis, Chris Kerbal.Shane Vermettejosh Skiba.Scott Mackenzie, Sarah
Schofield, Maria StenningJ. P. Reader, and one of our overly dramatic advisors.
Best Play- "The Restuarant"
(Directed by C. Sargent/C. Samo)
Best Actor- Evan Coppolla
Best Actress- Sara Valentine
Supporting Actor- Brent Burnette
Supporting Actress- Sunna Durzy
Honorable Mention- Colby Smith
as the "Seductive
Concert Choir Members Front Row: Nikki Roberts, Kristen Cortese.Nan Jenkinson.Ashlee Welz.Samantha Schieding.Ed Leung.Mr. Drury.Dave
Merritt.Melanie Sager.Jaime Kinnearjessica Paris.Sarah Blondek. Second Row: Becky Muldrew, Kelly Libardi.Judy Skiff.Amy Osborne, Cathy
Sargent, Katie Campbell.Meghan Freed.Kira McDonald.Eric Misiaszek.Mark Gagnon.Nicole Tousignant.Debbie Tencza.Amanda Kennedy, Kateri
DeMartino.Vanessa Castagna.Ann Marie Bushway. Third Row: Sarah Schofield.Tracy Bliss.Susanah Cummings.Lindsey Bailey.Amy
Tienken, Michelle Ledoux, Lindsay Hayes.Heather Deshaisjon Hanson.Chris Gilliganjarod Vermettejosh Skiba.Liz Young.Heather DayAutumn
Renn.Christen Bartlettjeslin Garfield.
District Chorus Members Vanessa Castagna.Ann Marie Bushway, Hillary
Brown.Ben Delong, Mr. Drury, Wendy Deshais, Chris Tarantino, Kelly Gilli-
gan, Colleen Fitzgerald, Ben Muldrew, Julie Wong, Josh Skiba, Heather
Deshais, Debbie Tencza.and Tracy Bliss.
Treble Choir Members First Row: Cathy Sargent.Amy Paolone, Michelle Ledoux, Heather McKeone.Mr.Drury.Patty Beginjane Wong.Beth Fitz-
gerald.Heather Smead.Kara Scibelli. Second Row: Elana Szafarowicz.Diana Gravelin, Lauren Raffajen Knecht, Heather Day.Rose Kirk.Beth
Przy by lowicz, Molly DiBiaso. Third Row: Sarah Kulis, Karen Pincince.Kate Petruccelli.Cassy Graham.Karen Krugerjoy Loncto, Kristin SartweU.Maria
Stenning, Christen Bartlett.
Front Row: Cathy Sargent.Amy
Paolone, Michelle Ledoux. Second Row:
Elena Szafarowicz.Diana Gravelin. Third
Row: Sarah Kulis
Madrigal Singers First Row: Colleen Fitzgerald.Mr. Drury.Eric Dolaher. Hillary Brown, Wendy
Burk.Erica Quin. Second Row: Kelly Gilligan.Ben Muldrew, Andrew Henshon, Chris Tarantino.Ben
Delong, Wendy Deshais.
Wind Ensemble/Concert Band
Wind Ensemble Members Front Row: Jolene Patterson.Rebecca Sagalyn.Hillary Brown, Stephanie Lash.Cindy Guiffredo, Karen Furst.Erica
Quinn.Nicki Potvin, Christine Logan.Kristin Hayes, Gretchen Moody.Anne Tarantino, Natalie Prochnow. Second Row: Kristyn Paradis, Rachel
Garabedian.Sara Valentine.Amy Avery.Allison Spear.Joanna Wolkowski, Kristin Jack.Shura Guraljustin Crane.Carla Braccialarghe, Chris
Bopp.Chris Vecchio.Angela Brunell. Third Row: Jeff Smithjarret Thomas, Russell Phaneue.Chris McDonald.Tom Gagnon.Rick Falzone.Chris
Reaveyjason Glass.Ryan Millerjeff King,Kevin Sheran,Adam Winseckjohn Logan.
Director — Ms. Magaret Reidy
With approximately 60 to 70 members in two per-
formance groups, and some 20 new members every
year, that gives us nearly 140 new musicians every 4
years. . . nearly 300 every 8 years.
So one talented member takes charge of the "vision"
and continuity, not to mentions the thousands of hours of
practice in that same time.
Our "hats off" to that one constant talent, Ms. Margaret
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Concert Band Members Front Row: Julia McLaughlin, George Billing.Rance Brownjeff Chu.Stephanie Pelouze, Christy O'Callaghan.Kristin Ma-
caulay, Michelle Martineau.Seanna Matthews. Second Row: Sandy Ziobro.Beth Liese.Sara Navab.Tom Schmit.Sam Rao.Chris Oconner.Emily Binns,
Ms. Reidy. Third Row: Jason Strax.Eric Wages.Andy Moody.Steve Neuroth.Mark Haryasz Jr., Eric Youngjeffery Deardenjim Willette.
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Blame it on fatigue. . . Blame it on brain stem
burnout. . . blame it on too many repetitive tasks. . .
or blame it simply on a very poor collective sense of
humor! After viewing the 1000 student and faculty
portraits we will publish, and the 400 or so retakes,
doubles, and proofs we will examine we have suf-
fered a core meltdown! There can be no other
explanation for what we have done here. With all
these photos in front of us we started to wonder. . .
"What would he look like with his grin?". . ."Would
she look better with her hairstyle?". . . So with a
snip, snip, here, and a snip and tape there. . .
We express our sincere apology to any person we
have here offended by the use of any part of their
likeness, however small that part may be and how-
ever good our intentions might have been . . . NOTl
Too Many Faces
Mrs. Polchlopek congratulates a beaming Me-
DRUG ABUSE RESISTANCE EDUCATION
January 25th, 1993 marked the graduation of
our first class of D.A.R.E. students. The D.A.R.E.
(Drug Abuse Resistance Education) program at
Minnechaug (one of only 2 such high school
programs in the state) is a cooperative effort
between M.R.H.S. and the Hampden Police De-
partment. Truly, D.A.R.E. at M.R.H.S. is Officer
Jeff Snow and P.E. teacher Pat Polchlopek, who
explained to those who filled the auditorium for
that monday evening graduation, that D.A.R.E.
was about "making good choices", and the
"consequences of making bad choices". Officer
Snow reminded the parents that "D.A.R.E. isn't
magic. There's no such thing as fairy dust". He
told them to "talk with your kids, not to them".
Mrs. Polchlopek and Officer Snow talked with
us_about drugs, alcohol, and violence this year,
and we thank them for that.
D.A.R.E. graduates P
proudly display their T- *
(Left) D.A.R.E. graduates.
(Far Left) Superintendent
Liz Benting accurately expressed
our collective feelings for Officer
Officer Snow shakes
hands and presents
D.A.R.E. T- shirts to
John Logan and Karen
D.A.R.E. graduates Laura
Cordi, Laura Niles, and Heath-
er Chappel congratulated by
Superintendent Halloran and
Mrs. Polchlopek congrat-
ulates Mike Maziarz.
The Sophomore class, community members, parents, and teachers fill in the auditorium for the
Four days, forty days, four hundred, or four thou-
sand days. . . It's possible to walk every day from
C-Hall to M-Hall and never really know this build-
ing. We figure the average student may get to see
about one third of this rambling facility in their four
So the roving Yearbook photographers did some
snooping around for you. We found two darkrooms,
rooms with printing presses and rooms with huge
metal cutting machines, rooms with escape hatches
to the roof, caged-in rooms with shelf after shelf of
exotic dusty bottles of chemicals, a television studio,
equipment repair workshops, and even enormous
rooms full of electrical equipment and plumbing
JbeJow the pool and above the auditorium.
So take a tour with us. . .
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It seems to be mainly a matter of alcohol, piercing guns, cat gut,
starter studs, high-powered electric needles, india ink, ether, and
blood. . . always the blood!
But not even this bizarre collection of hideous tools and strange
chemicals, or any amount of pain and risk of infection, seem to stop
the truly determined "collector of body art".
All this is relative of course when we live on a planet where we
can find people who: tightly bind their bodies to permanently alter
their shapes; decoratively scar their faces with razors; wrap them-
selves with row after row of copper rings to stretch their necks; or
insert long sharp nails through their cheeks.
One person's mutilation is truly another person's beautification.
Who are we to judge?
M.R.H.S. senior Judy Maleckas
was a finalist in this year's Colleen
Contest. Twenty-two years ago,
Judy's aunt, Eileen Goodrow, was
selected for the Colleen's court, and
now it's Judy's turn. The Colleens
are competing with many area girls
of Irish heritage for the honor of
being the queen of Springfield's St.
Patrick's Day Parade. Judy's last
name is Lithuanian, but her mother
was born in Ireland and Judy has
visited Ireland and as anyone who
was at last year's P.A.V.A.S. show
in the courtyard knows, she is an
accomplished Irish step dancer. At
a January ceremony, the semi-
finalists, dressed in satin evening
gowns, took over the yearlong ob-
ligation and privilege from the out-
going court. Judging was based, in
part, on a 250-word essay about
The Minnechaug, Varsity Cheer-
leaders helped the "Make-A-Wish"
foundation last July. They cheered for
the ABC soap stars as they played
the Channel 40 News Team in a
charity Softball game. The game was
played at Szot Park in Chicopee, and
the soap stars were victorious. A
good time was had by all and much
needed money was raised.
Foreign Exchange Students
Bea del Moral
Where are you from?
What is different here?
The people and the customs.
What do you miss most?
Family and friends.
What is your favorite class?
Where are you from?
What is different here?
The language and the school system.
What do you miss the most?
Parents and girlfriend
What is your favorite class?
Where are you from?
What is different here?
Seven hours of school per day in France with
less sports and activities.
What do you miss the most?
Riding my bike in the forest near my house.
What is your favorite class?
Model U.N. to N.Y.C
Members of Model U.N., along with students from other
schools, attended a trip to the real U.N. building in New-
The tour included a visit to various assembly halls and
hearing two key note speakers who talked about the two
resolutions which the Model U.N. members were to write
Sara Valentine and
Jen Brady strike their
most intelligent pose
on the tour.
(Far Right)Angus Jen-
nings and Meghan
Freed, the Model U.N.
couple, wait briefly in
front of the U.N. build-
and Nick I
The members are
all together one
last time before
embarking on their
Bob Trombley and
Ryan Noonan take
a moment to
snooze during their
Model U.N. mem-
bers sign a pledge
board at the U.N.
ing working to-
ward world peace.
There's never a dull Assistant coach of the
moment with this guy! gymnastics team, An-
gela Sullivan takes
her turn on the mat.
Kerri Dowling displays this year's Renais-
More Memorable Minnechaug Moments"
Deslauriers takes the cake!
Mr. and Mrs. Tousignant
at the D.A.R.E graduation
Prayers before lunch?
Where's the egg???
Bryan Blaser, Bob
Lague, Ray Royer,
and Eric DeGray.
FALCON FOTO SCRAPS"
Too Good To Pass Up
(Right)"Beauty and (Far Right) Becky Har
the Beast" live on. ris
Jamie Quist and Mike
The "real madrigal
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Power Tech Rocketeers
More Meadow Muffin
Chef Kyoto, Tom
(Far Left) Yo! T.J..
(Above Center) Pro Clinton?
(Left) Squeeze in guys, I can't get
you all in the picture.
Sheri, Heather, and
Jackie Ingram is just all
strong and wonderful son
you have grown to be. We are so
Mom & Dad
You've always been our "ACE".
May your dreams bring you com-
Mom & Dad
Congratulations and Good Luck in
Mom.Dad, & Alan
Keep believing in yourself and your
values, and your dreams will come
true.We Love you!
Mom, Dad, & Mike
You've come a long way and the
best is yet to come!
We love you!
We're so proud of you. You're a
great kid. We love you very much
and we wish you the best always.
Mom.Dad, & Mike
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You've made your trip from nur-
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dignity and style. It's been a bless-
ing and a treat to share in your
You are a wonderful gift to us.
We'll always be praying for and
"cheering" on your future achieve-
We love you.
Mom, Dad, and Heather
It seems like only yesterday we
were all awaiting your arrival.
Congratulations, little one.
We are so proud of you. May all
your wishes and dreams come true
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Always there to treat us with your
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Dad,Mom,R.,K., & J.
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David and Daniel:
May your lives be doubly blessed
as ours has been since the day you
two came into it.
Mom & Dad
To accomplish great things, We
must not only act but also dream.
Not only plan, but also believe. We
are very proud of you Charrice.
Mom & Dad
With much love and pride.
Mom,Dad, & Alec
To a super guy. May your life be
filled with happiness.
and the Animals
(Some things never change)
You are God's gift to us. We love
you dearly and are so proud of you.
Mom, Dad, Jamie
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Mom & Dad
Dreams come true for those who
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Dreamsl We are very proud of you.
Do Your Best!
Mom & Dad
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Son — recollections of humid sum-
mers in shorts and fur boots. Friend-
ly child, grape seeds, Belltinker,
Benjey, missing bike, candy apples
and a plastic train.
The bus, "don't go into the house
and cry, I'll be right back".
Broken dream, physical therapy,
development of character and a
crown. Thank you for the pleasure
of you. Our best to you and the
Class of 1993.
Love, M x 4 + M
Our Love Always,
Mom & Dad
We love you Ben!
Always share your laughter
and remember that
Mom & Dad
We are very proud of the young
woman you have become. May all
your dreams come true.
Mom & Dad
From the moment you were bom
we were proud of you. We are now.
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are very proud of you. Thanks for
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I'll always look up to you. Thanks
for being the best big brother
around. I'll miss you. I love you.
Know yourself. Love yourself. And
others will love to know you. For-
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much as you've brightened our
lives. We're so proud of you!
Mom & Jim
You light up our lives, Mavaumeen,
and now the future shines brightly
or you. We wish you the best of
With our love,
Mom,Dad,Tom & Jim
What kind of year has it been for
the FALCON Staff and Advisors???
TECH Ed. Dept.
More pictures, more pictures, more. . . This year we chal-
lenged ourselves to give you more, better, pictures. We think
we did! And. . . we are very proud of the work we did raising
money for, and custom designing the cover.
Looking forward, we are already working toward the 1994
FALCON. Our new, added goals? More, better, graphics and
more tight photo-filled layouts. At press time we found our-
selves counting our pennies to see if we can publish a second
annual spring supplement, so keep your eyes peeled for more
to come. . .
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